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South of The Border Has Some Scaly New Residents

When you stop by South of the Border this summer, expect to see some scaly new residents, including alligators, crocodiles and snakes.

Hooks Receives Commander’s Coin

Spc. Wesley Hooks (left) of Lake View, S.C., 1-178th Field Artillery Battalion, South Carolina Army National Guard, receives a commander’s coin.

Latta Schools Receive National Recognition For Creating Healthy Environment

The bronze award was granted to Latta Early Childhood-Principal, Dollie Morrell and Latta Elementary School-Principal, Debra Morris.

LRC Awards Facade Grant

Hepsy Parham, Facade Grant Committee Chairman of Latta Revitalization Commission, awarded a $1,000 check to Clara Jane Allen Braxton for the painting and facade upgrade of her building at the corner of West Main and Maulden Streets in Latta.

$5,000 PR Bond Set On Gurley

Bond has been set on Dillon’s Mayor Pro-Tem Randolph Gurley. Gurley has been charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature

Jury Deadlocks: No Verdict

The jury in the trial of Karan “Duke” Charles said they were hopelessly deadlocked on Thursday afternoon.

Jury Deliberating In Murder Trial

Early Thursday afternoon, the jury is still deliberating in the murder trial of Karan “Duke” Charles, who is charged in the July 2008 death of Edward Davis.

Protest Heard: Local Democratic Party Says No New Election

The Dillon County Democratic Party heard a protest this morning from Penny German, a candidate in the probate judge’s race.

City To Finalize Budget On Thursday

The City of Dillon will hold a public hearing and final reading of its budget on Thursday, July 1st at 7 p.m.

Protest Filed With Democratic Party In Probate Judge’s Race

A protest has been filed with the Dillon County Democratic Party in regards to the Probate Judge’s race.